Please can you help with the query below.
We are deploying Windows 2008 Domains on a new network and our network team
have informed us that they have no plans to move to a IPv6 network.
I am now thinking I should diable the IPv6 protocol stack on the Windows
We ave the following queries on IPv6.
- Does disabling the Windows 2008 IPv6 protocol stack cause any problems for
Windows 2008 server communications.
- Does leaving IPv6 installed cause any problems if our network team have no
plans to move to an IPv6 network.
- We intend to deploy Windows XP desktop and not Windows Vista on the
desktop and we have no plans to add IPv6 to the Windows XP desktop build So
is there any benefit in leaving the Windows 2008 IPv6 protocol stack
- All the Windows 2008 servers will be placed on the intyernal LAN and not
in the DMZ. Our current understanding is that IPv6 is to help with IP
addressing issues on the internet so is there any benefit on running IPv6 on
servers that are not connected to the internet.
Please can you help as we are very confused on the IPv6 protocol.
Thanks in advance